A Rare Geologic Phenomenon For decades Tourmaline Spring in Harrison Maine has long been referred to as a “rare geologic phenomenon”. And over the past year and a half, it has been touted as the naturally purest, best tasting and most prized drinking water on the planet by everyone from enthusiastic consumers to discerning water[…]
“Tourmaline Spring in the state of Maine is a rare high-elevation source of primary spring water that is an anomaly amongst all the known prolific spring water sources on the planet. It bubbles out of the ground as a cold spring (46 degrees), with a remarkably low TDS (59), in a complex, highly, mineralized granite[…]
This message is for all the ‘lovers and haters’ of bottled water and especially Tourmaline Spring. Its for the ones who are either seemingly enraged by it, like what we’re doing but still have more questions, and for those who love it and believe in this vision. This article/message/rant is in no way a declaration[…]
If you want to understand the philosophy behind Tourmaline Spring and would love to be inspired to understand your own passionate purpose in life then, please listen to this and share it! 🏔💦❄️ It is a very powerful podcast done with Coco Seedner, Simonne and Craig for the Out Of The Box podcast🌀❄️ 💎💎💎The Rarest[…]
http://www.wmtw.com/article/new-maine-company-bottling-water-sought-after-for-centuries/13453669 Tourmaline Spring wants to thank Steve Minich and the Channel 8 News Crew for coming out and visiting the spring to film this great little bit that goes into the history of the spring!
🕊I visited with Tessa at Higher Grounds Maine ☕️🍀coffee shop apothecary and this place is HIGH VIBE! 🌀💎I didn’t want to leave! I also learned that they have apothecary supplies from Avena Botanicals, Zen Bear Honey Tea, Maine Medicinals Herbal Revolution!💚🤗 They also have tea by Little Red Cup Tea, coffee by Speckled Ax Check[…]